New professionals can learn a lot at SLA 2015

Guest blogger Siobhan Guinness on what SLA 2015 has to offer new professionals. There is so much this year for a new graduate to avail themselves of in Boston. My […] Read More »

What 15 Minutes Can Save You

What do a gecko, a caveman, a pig, and the SLA 2015 Annual Conference have in common? All of them can save you something valuable. For the past 15-plus years, […] Read More »

Conference Networking Ideas

New York Chapter member Hildy Dworkin shares her conference networking tips. Don’t forget to check out what other members have to say about attending the conference. Solo No More Have […] Read More »

Getting around Boston: The Places I Love

You need to come to SLA 2015 for the CE courses, for the INFO-EXPO Hall, for the amazing sessions, for the quality time with our people. Personally, I’m looking forward […] Read More »

CI Roles and Skills: Learn More at SLA 2015

Guest blogger Zena Applebaum offers a few suggestions for conference attendees interested in intelligence, analysis, and leadership. I am a seasoned professional, and even have the word “director” in my […] Read More »

Not a Lawyer? Not a Problem!

Looking for government or legal documents but not sure how to find them? You don’t need a law degree, or even a background as a law librarian. You just need […] Read More »

Get to know Boston before SLA 2015

The Early Bird price for the SLA 2015 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO ends on April 17, so you’ll want to register and book your hotel now! The New England Chapter is excited to […] Read More »

SLA to Honor Two for Advancing Careers of Others

Rose Vormelker was barely five feet tall, but she had an enormous impact on the development of other special librarians. She taught library and information science courses at several academic […] Read More »

Take a CE course in Boston

In addition to the regular session offerings at SLA 2015, you may also want to consider a CE course to deepen your knowledge and make your conference experience complete. CE […] Read More »

Expanding on What I Learned in Vancouver for SLA 2015

Guest post from member Ray Maxwell, who is looking forward to SLA 2015. I am reviewing my blog posts from SLA 2014 and thinking about a game plan for Boston […] Read More »

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